4 Days in Barcelona

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A friend and I went to Barcelona and explored the city for 4 cold but wonder-filled days!

Sant Pere Santa Caterina i la Riberta

Arc de Triomf, Passeig de Lluís Companys, Barcelona, Spain

This is the Plaza where the Arc de Triomf is held. It is not too far away from Park De La Ciutadella, which is absolutely gorgeous. The Arc was built in 1888 was/ is an important symbol for the Catalan people and the entire city of Barcelona itself.

Placa de Catalunya

Plaça de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain

This area is prime location in Barcelona! This is where our cute little Air B&B was located and where many of the main attractions are located. The area is filled with shops, history and beauty at every turn! The beach and the Arc were just a short walk away!

La Sagrada Familia

La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain

The Basilica of La Segrada Familia or the Holy Family is unfinished and yet beautiful. We were in awe the entire tour and marveled at the beauty around us. Antoni Gaudi, the architect and visionary behind the Catholic Church also left his mark on the entire city. He changed the face of Barcelona into what it is today, and the city continue to supports his vision. The Basilica is expected to be done in 2026, 100 years after the death of Gaudi.

 

Sant Pere Santa Caterina i la Riberta

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Arc de Triomf, Passeig de Lluís Companys
This is the Plaza where the Arc de Triomf is held. It is not too far away from Park De La Ciutadella, which is absolutely gorgeous. The Arc was built in 1888 was/ is an important symbol for the Catalan people and the entire city of Barcelona itself.
 

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Placa de Catalunya

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Plaça de Catalunya, Barcelona
This area is prime location in Barcelona! This is where our cute little Air B&B was located and where many of the main attractions are located. The area is filled with shops, history and beauty at every turn! The beach and the Arc were just a short walk away!
 

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La Sagrada Familia

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La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
The Basilica of La Segrada Familia or the Holy Family is unfinished and yet beautiful. We were in awe the entire tour and marveled at the beauty around us. Antoni Gaudi, the architect and visionary behind the Catholic Church also left his mark on the entire city. He changed the face of Barcelona into what it is today, and the city continue to supports his vision. The Basilica is expected to be done in 2026, 100 years after the death of Gaudi.
 

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